According to a post on the PlayStation Blog, Sony has partnered with Rockstar to get first access at “select online content” for Red Dead Redemption 2 to PS4 gamers. For Xbox One players, the key words here are “first access,” suggesting a partnership perhaps similar to bringing Grand Theft Auto 4’s Episodes from Liberty City first to Xbox 360 and later on to PS3 and Windows.
PlayStation also announced, as part of this partnership with Rockstar, that the original Red Dead Redemption would be coming to PlayStation’s streaming service, PlayStation Now. With PS Now’s PC support, this makes this the first time PC players get to try out Rockstar’s classic western.
What this DLC might be though, PlayStation has yet to announce, but an announcement isn’t too far off with PlayStation suggesting gamers to check back “soon” for more details. Though with the game having a release date for fall of 2017, that’s clearly relative.
PlayStation also announced the beautiful reveal trailer for Red Dead Redemption 2 was captured on PS4, though they didn’t say whether it was running on the upcoming Pro or not. It seems fairly likely it might be, given the graphical fidelity of the trailer.
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This post was originally written by Ruben Circelli.